Walk into any store this spring season and what do you see…c-o-l-o-r!
And loads of it. Stores are jammed packed with updated designs in a delightful array of colors guaranteed to take your spring style to a whole new level. Designers went crazy for color and I love it! They continue to challenge us to step outside our comfort zone and learn to embrace fashionable updates.
A kaleidoscope of colors is available, right now, certain to enliven your wardrobe. I’ve put together the spring edition of CF’s Color Compatibility Charts for you as a reference guide, so you don’t have to think about which colors go well with each other this season. There are a total of three charts. Each one showcases one of the three most popular, but trickiest to mix, spring colors and then presents a handful of my favorite color pairings inspired from the runway.
It’s likely you will not wear these trend colors from head-to-toe to the office, but opt to add them sparingly as accent colors. You’re welcome to tone down each color’s intensity as you see fit, too. Join the color celebration…you’ll instantly look fresh and modern!
Let me know what you think of CF’s Color Compatibility Charts? And what recommendations you might have to tweak them for additional value?
Image credits, runway spring 2012 rtw via Style.com: Top, Preen, Alessandro Garofalo, GoRunway.com; Pringle of Scotland, Lela Rose, Carolina Herrera and BCBG Max Azria, Yannis Vlamos, GoRunway.com; Peter Pilotto, Marcus Tondo, GoRunway.com. Lemon, Tibi, Alessandro Viero, GoRunway.com. Tangerine, Lela Rose, Yannis Vlamos, GoRunway.com. Mint, Jonathan Saunders, Alessandro Viero, GoRunway.com.